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. L. S. Hall thought that hemp would be a more proper remedy for such flagrant treason as the resolution comprehended. Mr. Goods, of Bedford, called up an ordinance authorizing County Courts to provide for the families of volunteers — to supply uniform and arms; which was adopted after undergoing several amendments, the principal of which was that the Banks of the State are authorized to purchase such bonds as said courts may issue, or have heretofore issued for this purpose. Mr. James Barbour moved that the injunction of secrecy be removed from an ordinance adopted yesterday in secret session. Be it ordained, That the Governor may cause to be apprehended and secured, or may compel to depart from this State, all suspicious subjects or citizens of any foreign State or power, at war with the Confederate States of America, or from which hostile designs against the Confederate States of America are apprehended by the President thereof; and the Governor may send for the pers